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EMN Studies and Policy Briefs

Studies examine in detail the selected topics in the area of migration and asylum. For the Slovak Republic they are available in a form of a questionnaire or they are developed into a compact text. The studies are elaborated based on a previously agreed and approved specification that is the same for all EU Member States and Norway.

Establishing Identity for International Protection: Challenges and Practices (2012)

This focussed study summarises the relevant statistics and legislative framework in the area of establishing identity of a third-country national at EU Member State level as well as in Norway, describes the methods of identity detection and deals also with the decision making procedure in this regard. 

Misuse of the Right to Family Reunification: Marriages of Convenience and False Declaration of Parenthood (2012)

The focussed study identifies the scale and scope of two instances of the misuse of the right to family reunification, namely marriages of convenience and false declarations of parenthood of third-country nationals, as a route to settlement in the EU. It informs about the legislative, political and practical measures and available statistical data, and identifies best practice examples in the prevention of and fight against this phenomenon in EU Member States and Norway

Visa Policy as a Migration Channel (2011)

A study provides information on the impact of the EU Member State and Norwegian visa policy on the migration flows into the countries with a focus on national visas and their role in the regulation process of legal migration and combating irregular migration. It also provides a broad overview and analysis of relevant statistical data.

Practical Measures for Reducing Irregular Migration (2011)

A study aims to describe practical measures in combating irregular migration in the EU Member States and Norway in the pre-entry phase as well as in the phases of entry and stay of third-country nationals. It provides information on bilateral and multilateral cooperation of these countries with other EU and third countries in this area and it summarizes the basic legislation and political documents, as well as the impact of legislation and measures undertaken at EU level. 

Temporary and Circular Migration (2010)

The study provides information on the policies, legislation and strategic documents as well as the upcoming or planned measures in the field of temporary and circular migration and analyses relevant statistical data available in the EU Member States

Satisfying Labour Demand through Migration (2010)

The study analyses policies, strategies and visions for the future in the field of labour migration in individual EU Member States. It deals with the current legislation in force, plans for future legislative changes, the transposition of EU acquis, the practical implementation of legislation, current trends and future development in the field of labour migration to the Member States and the co-operation with third countries in the field of economic migration.

Policies on Reception, Return, Integration, Arrangements for, and Numbers of, Unaccompanied Minors (2009)

The study focuses on national developments concerning the care of unaccompanied minors in the EU Member States. The study describes the institutional and legislative background of the care of unaccompanied minors, their motivations for entering the country, entry procedures and border controls, reception arrangements and integration measures that are specific to this group of migrants, as well as the return of unaccompanied minors to their countries of origin. 

Programmes and Strategies Fostering Assisted Returns and Re-Integration in Third Countries (2009)

This study provides a complex overview of assisted return programmes and relevant strategies in the EU Member States and puts forward an overview of assessments of the assisted return programme and of its effectiveness and sustainability in the respective countries. The study analyses assisted return strategy from the perspective of implementation support and possible obstacles in the implementation of such strategy as well as reasons and motivation of migrants to participate in the assisted return programme and the possible subsequent re-integration. 

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